The Canadian Dementia Learning and Resource Network (CDLRN) is a knowledge hub for projects funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Dementia Community Investment (DCI). CDLRN facilitates collaboration between these community-based projects and amplifies their successes. CDLRN members include Community Advisory Committee (CAC) members and members of DCI project teams. Visit the About page to learn more about CDLRN.

Below you will find some ways to get involved with CDLRN and make a positive impact on the lives of people living with dementia and care partners. 

Sign up for updates and our newsletter

Stay in the loop with our latest news and updates by signing up for our mailing list! CDLRN publishes a quarterly newsletter that includes details about upcoming events, resources, project spotlights, and a special feature on people living with dementia and their contributions to CDLRN. 

Scroll to the bottom of this page and hit Subscribe to sign up today. 

Watch (or re-watch) a webinar

If you want to re-watch (or maybe missed a webinar), visit the Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging (RIA) YouTube channel and check out some excellent videos about helpful resources and tools from the DCI projects. 

Be sure to subscribe to our channel so you are notified when new videos are added.

Browse resources created by DCI projects

Each of the DCI projects funded through PHAC focus on improving the well-being of people living with dementia and care partners through education and awareness. There are more than 50 resources available that cover topics from advance care planning to reducing stigma. 

Visit our Resources page to access these resources. 

Learn about the Dementia Community Investment

The Public Health Agency of Canada’s Dementia Community Investment aims to support community-based initiatives that improve the quality of life and health outcomes for people living with dementia and care partners. The program provides funding to eligible organizations for projects that address various aspects of dementia care, such as education, prevention, and support services. 

Calls for proposals are shared by the Public Health Agency of Canada on their Funding Opportunities site.

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